Articles from the September 26, 2018 edition
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Montana Senators Talk Farm Bill, Set to Expire Sept. 30
The 2018 versions of the farm bill passed the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in late June and have been in conference ever since. In true form, the five-year bill is now set to expire at the end of the week on Sept. 30, and no... Full story
Prayer Walk Looks to Raise Concerns Surrounding KXL
“It’s a beautiful day for a walk,” shouted one of the prayer walkers at this past weekend’s prayer walk as the Courier arrived to interview event organizers and capture pictures. The event was intended to raise awareness to the group’s... Full story
Small Business Owners Shine at Minnow Tank Competition
The first Minnow Tank Business Plan Competition, created and hosted by Great Northern Development Corporation, took place this past Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow. Inspired by th... Full story
Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor, I’m lucky enough to have many friends who are nurses. Amazing people really, who do the jobs many of us look away from. Caring for people in their worst, and sometimes most vulnerable moments. Keeping an open mind as to the situations...
Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor, A recent opinion piece by Tom Reed of Trout Unlimited urged Montanans to support I-186. Reed claims that I-186 is “pro-mining but anti-pollution” - explaining that only environmentally responsible mines will be able operate if the...
The Allure of True Crime
Podcasts, downloadable audio content intended to entertain, educate or both, continue to grow in popularity. True Crime podcasts, especially, and women are a huge part of the genre’s success, both from a consumer standpoint and as providers and...
Bits and Pieces: Updates
It’s a little of this, a little of that week. First off, I’ll start with an update. After meeting with my oncologist, Dr. Kidd from Billings, several changes have been made. Instead of having chemotherapy by infusion, I have been put on a...
The Allure of Old Pens
Recently, a friend gifted us with a large wooden cheese box full of pens and pencils of prior years. My thoughts kinda went to the “with friends like this, who needs enemies” but I will have to admit it was fun to look at each of these items and...
Fort Peck Seniors to Hold Pancake Breakfast
The Fort Peck Senior Citizens will be having a pancake breakfast at Shelter 4 in Fort Peck from 8 to 11:30 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 29. The meal is $5 for two pancakes, three sausages, coffee, cocoa or water and all are invited. During breakfast,... Full story